Denying claims from the Chinese Embassy that the “wild animal market is reopening”

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A written statement was made by the Chinese Embassy in Ankara regarding the allegations that “the wild animal market was re-opened in China”. The statement said, “It was decided to punish severe punishment for behaviors such as illegal hunting activities, sales, transportation and defeat of wild animals.”

Chinese Embassy in Ankara, Euronews in Turkish ‘The wild animal markets where coronavirus was first seen in China reopened‘news Denied.

In the written statement made by the embassy,On February 24, the Chinese National People’s Congress Standing Committee adopted the decision of the Chinese National People’s Congress to fully prohibit the illegal sale of wild animals, remove bad habits related to the defeat of wild animals, and ensure the safety and health of the public. It was decided to severely punish behavior such as illegal hunting activities, sales, transportation and the defeat of wild animals. This decision has been implemented in the strictest way since its adoption.ā€¯Statements were used.

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